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Why Buy This BU 1964 US Mint Set in Original Mint Packaging?
While the US Mint offers a variety of annual products, the US Mint set has been a mainstay for many collectors over the years. This Mint set is from 1964. There were 606,612 of these issued.
This 1964 Mint set includes a total of 10 coins. Of these 10, 5 were struck at the Denver Mint and 5 were struck at the Philadelphia Mint. The coins that make up this set are 2 Kennedy half dollars, 2 Washington quarters, 2 Roosevelt dimes, 2 Jefferson nickels, and 2 Lincoln cents. The half dollars, quarters, and dimes are 90% silver. This set also includes tokens from both the Denver and Philadelphia Mints.
The original Mint packaging still protects this set. In 1964, what many refer to as flat pack packaging was in use. The coins are held in 2 separate cellophane sheets. The group with red is from Denver and the group with blue is from Philadelphia. Both sheets of coins fit inside an envelope from the treasury department. The coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, but may show signs of age.
Don’t wait, order this BU 1964 US Mint set in original Mint packaging for your collection today!
PLEASE NOTE: This U.S. Mint product was not purchased by us directly from the Mint but from collectors like you and other dealers. We make every effort to make sure the packaging is acceptable and that the coins are problem free. You may, however, receive coins that have toning or haze. This occurs naturally over time and is common to see. There may be some imperfections in packaging due to the sets leaving one collection to go into another. Please keep this in mind when examining your sets.
This 1964 U.S. Mint Set BU OGP is proudly minted by the U.S. Mint. The United States Mint was founded in 1792 and manufactures circulating, collectible, and bullion coinage.
|Year of Issue:||1964|
|Packaging:||Original Government Packaging|
|Legal Tender:||United States|